The Phoenix hosted Irish musician Duke Special last Wednesday 18th March, as he visited Exeter during his 2015 UK tour. Supported by Paul Cook and The Chronicles, Duke Special made it a memorable… Continue reading
Back for its sophomore year, Hijacked Festival – the nomadic electronic music and creativity-embracing experience that ‘hijacks’ idyllic urban locations – is heading back to Exeter on Saturday May 30th.
Blue was definitely a boy band of the 2000s but they’ve made a comeback recently, with new album Colours, after splitting up in 2009.
With 70’s styles making a comeback on the catwalks this spring, the Fashion and Textile Museum in London is taking the opportunity to revitalize the accomplishments of Thea Porter – the fashion designer credited with engineering the bohemian chic look – in the first ever retrospective of her work.
I was introduced to Duke Special along with his eighth album, Look Out Machines!, which is set to be released today. Armed with the image of a quirky deadlocked man, with heavy guy-liner, and the knowledge of a few of his more popular hits – such as Freewheel – I listened to his new album with an open mind.